Tag: General Assembly
Opening remarks by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, at the High-Level Meeting on Climate and Sustainable Development for All.(28 March 2019) Speaking to a General Assembly High-Level meeting...
Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December – the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is the most translated document in the world, availa...
General Debates wrapped up today; Almost 200 of heads of states, heads of governments, ministers and heads of delegations addressed the Assembly Hall. About 400 side events touched on health, migration, conflicts and ...
General Debates continue through day 5; Activists call for freedom of press; Darfur prepares for peacebuilding and more.
General Debates continue through day 3; Spotlight is cast on femicide in Latin America; Security Council meets on North Korea.
The Security Council discusses proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and the General Debate enters its second day.
Leaders of the world take the floor as the high-level segment of the General Assembly begins. Among side events, they convened for Action for Peacekeeping, as well as events around sustainable development, the rights...
We will be LIVE on YouTube! Subscribe to not miss the action: https://www.youtube.com/user/unitednations?sub_confirmation=1 1 building. 193 countries. Countless opportunities for change. In September, world l...
In October, 1994, President Nelson Mandela became the first leader of South Africa ever to address the United Nations General Assembly. He issued a ringing call for democracy, peace and prosperity to prevail everywhere.
Statement by Ms. Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner, Civil Society Representative from the Marshall Islands at the opening of the United Nations Climate Summit 2014.
United Nations - The first UN stamp was issued on 24 October 1951 in New York. Sixty-five years later, the UN Postal Administration – UNPA – has created, designed and printed thousands of stamps in three currencies ...
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